Baha Zeidan Recognized as Community Star by Georgia CEO & Savannah Tech

Press release from the issuing company

Friday, March 28th, 2014

Savannah Technical College Foundation’s Community  Council recognizes deserving leaders in the community who are dedicated to their company and community. Baha Zeidan, CEO of Azalea Health, is one of the outstanding leaders who will receive a Community Star award at the Eighth Annual Community Stars event on March 28, 2014. He is being recognized for his strong leadership of Azalea Health and in the Electronic Medical Record (EMR) software industry.  

His unwavering dedication to building Azalea Health’s growth and success, and also to each of his employees makes him a deserving recipient of the award. The culture at Azalea Health, fostered by Baha Zeidan and the management team, is based on positive growth and respect, while being mindful that the relationships they build along the way are most important.  

Baha has also nurtured a number of relationship in the local community colleges and universities. Under his guidance, Azalea Health takes advantage of talent from local colleges, offering them opportunities with Azalea Health. The company is also very active in United Way campaigns and local fund raisers. He realized early on that to succeed locally and to have a healthy business environment, Azalea Health had to give back to the community and be actively engaged in the community.

Baha Zeidan is being sponsored by the Azalea Health Savannah office Administrator, Sherri Schumacher, and by Randy Davison and Matt Reed with Georgia CEO.  

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